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Is nineteen too young to get engaged but get married when I'm almost twenty one?

I am nineteen years old and my boyfriend is about to turn twenty-two. He has graduated college and has a very good, steady job and a nice place to live. I only have one and a half years left of college and the chances of me getting a job right after college are very high. We have been dating for over four years and we have been talking about marriage and getting engaged for a very long time. Our plans are to get engaged now while I'm nineteen but get married after I graduate. My college is already paid for from all of my scholarships, I am only paying for the apartment I live in. So when we plan a wedding and pay for it, there's no college loans we have to worry about. And since we would live in the same apartment after we get married, it would save us a lot of money every month. In order for him to be able to propose to me, he would have to talk to my parents and they would have to say yes. Knowing that they are fine with the idea helps me know that this is the right thing to do. I also love his parents to death and they consider me to be their daughter already. I know I'm going to marry him, so why wait? I'm just curious what everyone else thinks about this idea of getting engaged at nineteen.

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